December 2018

Prof. Hitoshi Omori  (together with Prof. Yasuo Deguchi and Dr Filippo Casati) organized the workshop What's so bad about dialetheism? From historical, logical and philosophical points of view (Priestfest 2018), Kyoto, December 15-17, 2018.Prof. Heinrich Wansing gave an invited talk at that workshop, titled "One heresy and one orthodoxy. On dialetheism, dimathematism, and the non-normativity of logic."

November 2018

Dr Luca Tranchini (Tübingen), gave a talk in the Colloquium on Logic and Epistemology, titled "Proofs and refutations in 2-Intuitionistic logic."

On November 22nd, Dr Hitoshi Omori received his Sofja Kovalevskaja Award. It was conferred by the Federal Minister of Education and Research, Ms Anja Karliczek MdB, and the president of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Prof. Hans-Christian Pape.

 

From November 16-21, Dr Daniel Skurt and Prof. Heinrich Wansing visited their project partners in Novosibirsk, Prof. Sergei Odintsov, Dr Sergey Drobyshevich, and Dr Stanislav Speranski (St Petersburg) and gave talks at the 2018 Mal'tsev Meeting.

A visit to N*:

Novosibirsk

 

October  2018

Prof. Heinrich Wansing joined the scientific committee of the conference ExLog2019, "Explaining explanation using new developments in logic and formal semantics. Hyperintensionality, relevance, counterfactuals, grounding and truth-maker semantics," UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

September  2018

Prof. Heinrich Wansing gave invited talks at the Refutation Symposium 2018, September 14-15th, 2018, which was part of the Poznan Reasoining Week and at the 9th ConferencNon-Classical Logic. Theory and Applications, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, 24-27th September, 2019